COULSON, Simon James “Sam”Print
Dearly loved and devoted husband of Ingrid.
Loving and caring step-father of Annabelle and her husband Marcus.
Teddy’s Top Dog and best mate.
Youngest son of the late Ewan and Ena Coulson.
Loving brother and brother-in-law of Rob and Suzie, and Bill.
Uncle to Allistair and Kate, Ben and Luke.
Friend to Sandy.
Funeral NoticeService: Monday December 6, 2021
The Funeral of Mr. Simon “Sam” Coulson will be held at St Cuthbert’s Uniting Church, Mountjoy Parade, Lorne on Monday, December 6, 2021 commencing at 1pm.
The Funeral will leave the Church at the conclusion of the service for the Lorne Cemetery.
If you are wishing to attend, please allow yourself enough time to check-in and to show our staff your valid proof of vaccination.
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Sam, although i have known you for a short time it feels though that i have known you all my life. You have been a good friend and whenever i am in Lorne i look forward to meeting you and have dinner together. Your passion and consideration for others have always been admired. RIP my friend. My deepest sympathy to Ingrid and family.
Had the fortune to know Sam and work with him over many years at the Ford Research Centre in Geelong and Broadmeadows. A beautiful person with a great sense of humour. He was a talented engineer liked by all that knew him. We shared many trips to and from Geelong to the research centre with a great bunch from the trim shop, Colour and trim group. Royston Bell, Graham Hemley and Don Thomson. Top bloke was Sam, Rest In Peace mate.
Sam who showed us the way to Honesty, dedication,love,and Respect.A never ending list.
My thoughts are with Ingrid at this time and his love and devotion to her throughout their life together.
My thoughts re- lived , I cannot speak ,
Of a wonderful man we could not keep
Sam was an exemplary leader in the Ford Engineering Team. He lived life with courage, honesty and dignity which will be remembered by all who were fortunate enough to share his journey.
Sam was a great friendly guy always up for a chat and plenty of great stories.
Remembered just about everyone at Ford PEO.
Will be sadly missed.
Condolences to Family and friends.
From Lindsay Mole on behalf of all at Ford
Sam – thanks for the regular chats in our driveway on your return journey home as you walked Teddy each morning. Sam was an absolute sharing, and caring gentleman with a good sense of humor who approached death with integrity- I am sad to hear of your passing and having missed the opportunity to attend your fairwell.
Lorne has lost another wonderful person – condolences to Ingrid and the extended family.
David and Jenny from 194 Mountjoy Pde, Lorne.